blogThis is about all you need to know for investing for the entire year of 2011:

Perhaps, however, 2011 will be a year in which neither equities nor government bond markets take centre-stage, but in which currencies dominate the headlines. After all, it is becoming ever more difficult to think of a country that would like to see its currency appreciate., Phillip Cogan, Capital Markets Editor, The Economist, The World in 2011 issue, 12/01/10. 

Dear reader, if the central banks of the world are going to keep their currencies cheap against each other, just which currency will probably appreciate? Gold! They cannot print a golden coin on a printing press! I bought my physical gold and silver coins at Lear Capital. All of them!